In an effort to streamline activities, and thus preventing both you and I from engaging in perpetual online ping-pong, playlists for the Disorient radio show will now be posted at my Discontent music blog. In case you’ve yet to visit, Discontent features regular blog posts about new releases, all with music downloads attached – essentially an mp3 companion to the radio show.

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On this week’s DISORIENT: Iraq’s DJ Foundation gets into bed with Sydney’s Computadors; there’s a preview of the new EP from Clark; Israel’s Kalbata team up with Jamaican MC Warrior Queen and Hyperdub’s dubstep girl Ikonika treats South Africa’s DJ Mujava to a low-end remix of ‘Township Funk’. Plus this week’s ‘Disorientation Session’ mixes tracks from Rich Panciera, one of the early players in the original ‘Illbient’ scene, including tracks from his brand new album under his Lloop guise, titled ’60 Hertz’.

9pm Thursday Australian EST |

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February 21, 2009

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Taking the entire world as its source material, Disorient mashes and maps sounds and styles from all over, breaking down borders and cracking open genres. From the bedrooms of Beirut to the dungeons of Detroit, the alleys of Adelaide to the street corners of Senegal, Disorient is your ultimate mixtape of emerging music from around the globe.

On this week’s debut show there’s mutant dubstep from Venezuela’s Cardopusher, a cut from Mi Ami‘s debut release and tracks from Gyratory System, Zomby, Underlapper and AGF.  Also on the program, the inaugural Disorientation Session takes a look at the career of Yamantaka Eye, founder of Osaka noiseniks The Boredoms – including tracks from their new release ‘Super Roots 10’.

9pm Thursdays Australian EST |

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